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How Can I transfer Image(Bitmap)data from a server to a client using the ISAP Ext. Dll?
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chensu earned 150 total points
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Simply output something like the following HTML code and put your image file into the right place. The Web server that runs the ISAPI extension will take care of it.

<img src="/images/topleft.gif" alt="Experts Exchange" border="0">

You'd better use JPEG or GIF files instead of bitmaps.
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Hai chensu,
Thankyou for your answer.
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